When I sat down to write this blog, I looked up the synonyms for the word "change". Here are the ones that best describe this last month:
adjustment ~ innovation ~ modification ~ revision ~ shift ~ transformation ~ transition ~ refinement
It's also been exciting, stressful, exhilarating, exhausting, fulfilling and overwhelming.
Our move day went really well, thanks to our many family and friends who showed up and worked hard! In the end, we rented our U-Haul for almost exactly twelve hours - which speaks highly of our crew. Thank you to all of you who were sending us positive energy and wishing us the best - we truly felt it that day.
And here we are, settling in to our new home in Carlton and trying very mindfully to "Give Ourselves Time". We don't need to rush, we take a break every now and then, we ponder and place and rearrange and ponder some more. We skim Pinterest and Google and Amazon for ideas (ok, that's mostly me). We will definitely do a HaPpY dAnCe when the last box is emptied, but we know time is on our side and we will remember to enjoy the "settling in".
March Classes at Breathe Healing Arts Center
As most of you know, my move to Carlton is not the only revision in my life. Beginning in March, I've been given an amazing opportunity to teach my classes in one location - BREATHE HEALING ARTS CENTER. Breathe is located in between Chehalem Physical Therapy and Curves at 114 N. Everest St. in Newberg. I have been so fortunate to have taught classes at All People Yoga and Chehalem Physical Therapy, and am truly thankful for all that they have given my business. Now it is time to plant myself, grow some roots, and see what will bloom. I'm excited that you will know where to find me for any given class!
I invite you to check out the website at Breathe Healing Arts and discover this community of healing practitioners for yourself.
TUESDAY @ 9:00 AM -
9:00 - 10:00 am - Join me for this all-level class and discover the perfect start to your Tuesday morning. We'll use MELT soft balls and soft foam rollers to get your body feeling ready to take on the day!
TUESDAY @ NOON:
12:00 - 1:00 pm - This all-level MELT Class is your perfect mid-day class! Come and de-stress with me. All equipment is provided.
TUESDAY @ 6:30 PM -
6:30 - 7:30 pm - This all-level class will leave you feeling relaxed and ready for a good night's sleep! We'll use MELT soft balls and soft foam rollers to not only hydrate your connective tissue, but quiet your nervous system and stimulate your body's natural ability to rest and restore.
WEDNESDAY @ 4:30 PM -
4:30 - 5:30 pm - This advanced class is designed for clients who MELT regularly and have attended an Intro to MELT workshop. If you'd like to know if this is a good fit for you, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THURSDAY @ 3:30 PM -
3:30 - 4:30 pm - Technique Class! New to the MELT line-up is this hour long class that will focus on learning the techniques for the MELT moves. We may have a specific MAP that we work through, or the clients may lead the way with special requests. Either way, we'll really focus on the set up, proper positioning, and have plenty of time for questions and answers.
THURSDAY @ 5:00 PM
5:00 - 6:00 pm - This all-level MELT Class is your perfect reason to leave work on time. Do you sit at a desk most of your day? or have a job that requires repetition? We'll use MELT soft balls and soft foam rollers to help your body recover from the stress of your work day.
Consistent MELT Creates Lasting Change
MELT - It's easy to learn, easy to do, doesn't take up much space, is affordable and portable! Better yet, we feel better every time we do it! The key to becoming a MELT success story is consistency! Be consistent with your MELT practice - whether at home or coming to class - ideally you should be MELTing at least three times each week for a minimum of 10 minutes. I've personally seen the changes you are making in your bodies, I've personally experienced making those changes in my own body. I believe in your ability to make it happen! It takes consistency, commitment and the creation of your MELT habit. What will your MELT success story be? I'd love to hear yours!